In the not-so-distant future, in 2063, relationships and sex will only be virtual. The Sexagram social network connects everyone and satisfies their desire for virtual sex. But what happens when something goes wrong and the social network goes down? The consequences can be as hilarious as they are fatal. That is the plot of “Sexual Apocalypse”, by Caro Liponetzky, directed by Pablo Gorlero, with performances by Sofi Almuina (photo) and Mariano Sgallini, participation by Bicho Gomez and photography by Fiorella Romay. The work imagines that people have not had carnal sex for decades in the face of the fearful isolation initiated by covid 19 and the successive Chuvid 25, Gonorrhea 32 and Actron 42. Desire, fortunately, did not disappear like food, which is ingested in pills of dubious taste. The system is governed by punishments for those who break the law, through the implantation of brain chips via drones. “Sexual Apocalypse” premieres on Sunday and can be seen on Tuesdays and Sundays during November, at 8:45 p.m., 9:15 p.m., 9:45 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. at Microteatro, Serrano 1139. On Tuesdays there are 2X1.
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